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Jerry Sullivan

Jerry Sullivan
Current position
Title Wide Receivers Coach
Team Jacksonville Jaguars
Personal information
Date of birth 13 July 1944
Place of birth Miami, Florida, U.S.
Career highlights
Awards AFC Champion 1994
Team(s) as a player
1963–1964 Florida State
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1971–1972

1973–1974
1976–1982
1983
1984–1990
1991
1992–1996
1997–2000
2001–2003
2004
2005–2010
2012

Kansas State(assistant)

Texas Tech (assistant)
South Carolina (assistant)
Indiana (assistant)
Louisiana State(wide receivers)
Ohio State (assistant)
San Diego - NFL - (wide receivers)
Detroit - NFL - (wide receivers)
Arizona - NFL - (OC)
Miami - NFL - (wide receivers)
San Francisco - NFL - (wide receivers)
Jacksonville - NFL - (wide receivers)

Jerry Sullivan is the current Wide Receivers Coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League. He was the offensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals in 2003.

From 1973-74, Sullivan was an assistant coach with the Texas Tech Red Raiders under head coach Jim Carlen.[1]

References

Preceded by
Rich Olson
Arizona Cardinals Offensive Coordinator
2003
Succeeded by
Alex Wood
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